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From: Coding signal strength by correlated activity in bursting neurons

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Modeling results Output correlation coefficient, r, as a function of input correlation, c, for three different stimulus amplitudes in tonic firing neurons A and bursting neurons B. As shown in the inset the correlation susceptibility (i.e. the ratio of output correlation r to input correlation c) is roughly independent of stimulus amplitude σ when the neurons are in the tonic firing mode but increases with stimulus amplitude when the neurons are in the bursting firing mode.

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